“It’s our hope that opening game here, that we’ll have the privilege of having everyone who deserves to be on the field starting that game.”
Michael Felger has a developing opinion on Tom Brady and his suspension appeal, and it’s not a favorable one if you’re a Patriots fan.
On Wednesday, Robert Kraft wanted to make it clear to the upset Patriots fans that everything he does is in the best interest of his team.
Everyone’s wasted too much time on this topic, and adding Goodell’s spin is certainly not the best decision one could make. So we’ll get through this as quickly as possible.
“I have great admiration and respect for Tom Brady, but the rules have to be enforced on a uniform basis.”
“The 32.” This was, and is now, all about the 32. But what about 12?
Patriots fans are left dumbfounded after the man leading the rebellion against the NFL raised the white flag on Tuesday, CBS Boston’s Andrew Celani writes.
Felger says Patriots owner Robert Kraft had no leverage against the NFL — except the threat of Tom Brady’s lawsuit.
Robert Kraft addressed the media on Tuesday at the NFL’s spring owners meetings, and he said the team will not appeal the league’s punishment.
Two grown men have reportedly spoken, and even hugged it out following a conversation. This is where we are on Day 121 of the Deflategate saga.